The shelling of Kharkiv resumed today. The strikes were few, but they did happen. The muscovites shelled different parts of the city. At night, they attacked Selyshche Zhukovskoho. Residential houses, Kharkiv Aviation Institute buildings, the fire department, and cars were damaged. The muscovites are targeting educational institutions and State Emergency Service units. Our team of civilian infrastructure destruction documentarians has written about this before. During the day, the ruscists fired on Saltivka and Pyatykhatky, injuring three people. In the evening, there were strikes in the northern outskirts of Kharkiv.
The shelling of the city has intensified, which seems to be a response to the actions of our boys. The northern outskirts of Kharkiv were hit the most. The fighting is now to the north of the city. There are battles in the area of Staryi Saltiv. Heavy fighting continues in the southeast, but without much success for the muscovites.
It’s been 10 weeks since the muscovite attack on Kharkiv began. The city has been shelled for 10 weeks straight. The amount of shelling has decreased significantly, but it still goes on. The muscovites strike Kharkiv with long-range missiles and artillery rockets. The bulk of the shells now land in the northern suburbs. Our military is moving to the north and east of Kharkiv. The most difficult situation in the region is in the Slovyansk and Barvinkove directions.
Kharkiv is being shelled one shot at a time today. Different areas of the city get targeted. Suburban areas to the north of the city get hit the most. However, the situation is difficult in the southeast of the region, where fighting is ongoing.
There aren’t too many attacks today, but they have been happening, hitting different parts of the city one at a time. The situation in the northern suburbs is difficult because of the constant shelling by the muscovites. There is a lot of destruction and fires. A column of volunteers came under fire during the evacuation from Ruska Lozova. The situation in the Izium district of the region, where heavy fighting continues, remains difficult.
Today was a fairly quiet day in Kharkiv. The muscovites have been pushed back from the east and north, which had the effect of a significant reduction in the amount of shelling. The only area stilll under heavy shelling is Saltivka, because the ruscists control Tsyrkuny, Ruski Tyshky, and Cherkassky Tyshky. There was also still a lot of shelling in the northern suburbs of Kharkiv.
Here, we will show you some partially destroyed medical facilities without referencing their names and locations in order to illustrate the problem. We have captured every case of hospital destruction below in photos and on video. Each case is involved in criminal proceedings.